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......oooO................ I walked all the way over here just
.....(....)....................to give you this (((((HUG))))).
......)../....Oooo........a bit of encouragement,
.....(_/.....(....)..........and welcome you to SparkPeople.
2647 days ago
I had not checked in lately. Looks like you are doing great! Spring is here andI just bought a pair of running shoes. I have been learning to run this winter and now I think I am ready to take this old girl out on the roads. Wish me luck!
2649 days ago
Wednesday March 4th 2009
From The Desk of John Oldham
Hello Family, Friends and Co-Workers
I am involved again this year as I was in 2008 with St. Baldrick’s. if you are unaware of this organization I suggest you get involved and support this awesome group of people. Here is abit of information of what you can get involved with and support with me.
Since 2005, the St. Baldrick’s Foundation has funded 23 Fellows and 12 Scholars, helping launch brilliant new careers in childhood cancer research, and awarded over $28 million to support research at more than 230 institutions.
St. Baldrick’s donors and volunteers made possible over $15 million in funding for childhood cancer research in 2008!* This includes 47 grants, as well as funding for 30 young doctors who will be tomorrow’s top researchers.
Research grants are focused on finding new and better cures for childhood cancer.
Infrastructure grants help institutions treat more kids on clinical trials (their best hope for a cure), or provide resources to make more research possible.
St. Baldrick’s Fellows are new doctors training to specialize in pediatric oncology research, funded for 2-3 years. From 2005 to 2008, 25 St. Baldrick’s Fellows have been funded.
St. Baldrick’s Scholars are pursuing exciting research, funded for 3 years or more. Because grant funds are so scarce, it is difficult for those early in their careers to compete with more established researchers. These grants keep new researchers focused on childhood cancer.
Multi-institution grants include the cooperative research and laboratories of the 200-member Children’s Oncology Group, as well as consortiums of institutions working on pediatric brain tumors, neuroblastoma, and bone marrow transplants for childhood cancer patients.
Foreign beneficiaries receive funds raised by St. Baldrick’s events held in their countries.
If an institution where children are treated for cancer in your area does not appear below, it almost certainly received St. Baldrick’s funds through the $6 million grant to the Children’s Oncology Group.
For more information on St. Baldrick’s please visit my personal Shavee Page by clicking this link
Some of you know that Me and Ms Kim are Aunt and Uncle to Charlie Vandenburg which has a childhood cancer. We are still bless to have Charlie still with our family and give thanks to
God, St. Baldrick’s and so many Doctor’s involved in Charlie’s Care…..
I will be at the Legendary Brat Stop on Highways 50 & I-94, Exit 344, Entrance "B" or "C". In Wisconsin I Invite each of you to join me on Saturday March 14th from 4 pm till
The last head is SHAVED!
If you are unable to attend please make your donations to St. Baldrick’s on my personal St. Baldrick’s page,
You make the donation and I will GET THE SHAVING! I will post the after pictures on my personal website at www.weightsupportgroup.com following the event.
God gave us our children to love and some need alittle more than that…. Hope to see your donation listed on my page today….. Any questions or comments you may call me anytime on my cell at 262-945-0814
Thanks in advance
John and Kimberly Oldham
God Bless The Children
2673 days ago
You really are doing a fantastic job on your journey to better health!!
I am flattered you have chosen to add me to your friends and I am proud to add you to mine!
I love your comment just below mine that you added to your page showing all your exercises! It would make a great blog!
Keep going, you are quite a Thinspiration! I have nominated you as a motivational member.
2675 days ago
Comment edited on: 3/2/2009 10:46:04 AM
Sunday Feb 22nd 2009
Snap Fitness 2
Awesome Sunday Workout with
Music in a Quiet GYM this morning!
423 Cals Burned
Arm Extensions 60 lbs. 3 x 10
Lat Pull Down 60 lbs. 3 x 10
Chest Press 70 lbs. 3 x 10
Arm Curl 50 lbs. 3 x 10
Fly/Rear Delt 70 lbs. 3 x 10
Overhead Press 35 lbs. 3 x 10
I really hope everyone is in gear
in 2009 and Kickin It Up for a big
Finish to this weight loss battle.
It is never to late (as long as you
are breathing) to Join us and win this
"The tragedy in life doesn't lie in not reaching your goal. The tragedy lies in having no goal to reach." – Benjamin Mays.
Kickin It Up In 09
25 Pounds Lighter In 09 Already
2683 days ago